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. woman: i got it in florida about 17 years ago. and i got it at an estate sale, but i don't know what i paid for it. i forgot. gary piattoni: can you guess? somewhere probably around five dollars. well, it's really charming, and it's a bronze. it's what they call an austrian cold-painted bronze. this cat also has a secret, doesn't it? that's right. the cat opens up, and it converts to a little naughty image here. right. and it's kind of, i would think, an early transformer. this was probably done around 1910. there was a very famous artist that made these. his name was bergman. and he did large-scale sculptures. but he always signed his small "naughty bronzes," "namgreb," which is "bergman" spelled backwards. oh. and he always signed his pieces. this piece does not have bergman's signature, so i have to assume it is a colleague or a contemporary of his. but it does have the austria mark on the back, which indicates that it is an austrian bronze, and again, probably dates circa 1900. so what you've got here is a lovely little naughty bronze, by day, kitty, and by night, a very risqué im
hampshire and florida. just one month into the primaries, romney's campaign was over. >> i entered this race because i love america. i feel i have to now stand aside for our party and for our country. >> narrator: romney had fallen short, unable to secure the presidential nomination. (crowd chanting): mitt! mitt! >> the mitt romney in 2008 was partly a politician and very much a business person and totally a novice to what it meant to be a national candidate. >> narrator: he had spent $45 million of his own money on the campaign. >> on the plane back to boston, following his announcement, he turned to me and he said, "eric, what are you going to do? we've got to figure out what our people are going to do. they're going to be moving on into other jobs." this was not a person who was thinking about running again for president. i think he felt he had his opportunity and the door had closed to him. >> it's a whole new political world for the president. >> narrator: november, 2010. >> an historic election for the republican party... >> narrator: the president's party suffered a significant midter
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